• CHAPTER TWENTY-NINE: WAR ABROAD, WAR AT HOME, 1965-1974

    VIETNAM: AMERICA’S LONGEST WAR

    Johnson’s War

    Deeper into the Quagmire

    The Credibility Gap

    A GENERATION IN CONFLICT

    “The Times They are A-Changin”

                Free Speech movement

               Students for a Democratic Society  (SDS)  (see p. 1050)

    From Campus Protest to Mass Mobilization

    Teenage Soldiers

    WARS ON POVERTY

    The Great Society

    Crisis in the Cities

    Urban Uprisings

    1968

    The Tet Offensive

    King, the War, and the Assassination

    The Democratic Campaign

    “The Whole World Is Watching!”

    THE POLITICS OF IDENTITY

    Black Power

    Sisterhood Is Powerful

    Gay Liberation

    The Chicano Rebellion

    Red Power

    The Asian American Movement

    THE NIXON PRESIDENCY

    The Southern Strategy

    Nixon’s War

    “The China Card”

    Domestic Policy

    WATERGATE

    Foreign Policy as Conspiracy

    The Age of Dirty Tricks

    The Fall of the Executive